Here’s to you and I reaching new heights in 2020.
Not only must you set goals, but you must time-bound them too. If you do not time-bound your goals, you fool yourself into inaction
Not one to shy away from a podium or stage (though I may stumble and ‘umm’ my way thru), I wanted to continue to share my message w/ others.
They say luck is when preparation meets opportunity. Don’t approach the next opportunity with the same level of preparation as you did the last one.
Looking back on that whole experience and knowing what I know now, here is how I would advise college juniors and seniors to approach the technical interviewing process.
Start a business in college, not for the success but for the process. The more attempts at-bat you take, the more failures, the more learnings you’ve earned.
Start businesses, in college, when the risk is really low. When you have more free time. When you can afford to live on oodles of noodles.
“You get out of life what you put in.” When you start taking action, and even better, when YOU act first, you begin the process of “putting in.”
As a student, the world has handed you opportunities, more or less on a silver platter, that others struggle to get access to.
The little known trick to getting your foot in the door is to step up, raise your hand, and add value by picking up the tasks that no one else seems to want to do.